Hot Cold Therapy
The principal of hot / cold therapy to treat minor injuries is recommended by doctors. Cold therapy reduces the surface temperature causing the veins to shrink , thus controlling swelling. Heat therapy increases skin temperature, causing vein dilation and increased blood flow, thus aiding the healing process.
How to Use
Medi-Gel Packs can be heated by placing in boiling water, or by heating it in a bowl of water in a microwave oven. Medi-Gel packs can be placed in the freezer to make it cold. For complete directions, see the information at the back of each packaging.
Four Models for Different Body Positions
Medi-Gel now comes in 4 different types of packaging for different parts of the body and for different needs. Contact us for more information.
Non-Toxic contents in Medi-Gel Hot Cold Pack
The gel content used in Medi-Gel Hot Cold pack (All purpose, Neck, Eye and Forehead) does not contain Ethylene Glycol. The gel content used in the manufacture of Medi-Gel Hot Col pack contains the following ingredients:
Carbopol, Propylene, Glycol, Glycerin, Ethyl Paraben, Pure water & Edible Pigment.